Devon Wylie, a former Kansas City Chiefs player, passed away at age 35.

After being drafted in 2012, Devon Wylie spent a brief stint with the Kansas City Chiefs as a wide receiver. Sadly, he passed away. It was 1935. 

Dene Ogles, Wylie's sister, provided HuffPost with a family statement confirming the news. It read, "There are no words to express the sorrow that Devon's death has left for all of us. 

 Devon was a loving brother, uncle, friend, teammate, and grandson. His unique gifts both on and off the pitch, along with his love for the Lord, had a profound impact on a great number of lives.

Ogles stated that they are awaiting the results of an autopsy and that the cause of death is still unknown, requesting "privacy surrounding the matter."

According to ABC 30 in Fresno, Wylie's death was announced on social media by a family member, and the publication received confirmation of the news from former teammates.

California State University in Fresno, where Wylie played before being drafted, honored the late football player on X, writing, "Forever a Bulldog. Our thoughts are with the Wylie family during this difficult time." 

In 2012, Wylie was a part of the Kansas City Chiefs' six regular-season squad. He had six receptions for 53 yards and also returned kicks and punts. 

After being cut loose in the autumn of 2013, he quickly signed a contract with the Tennessee Titans. Before being released by the team, Wylie participated in two games with them.

"Age is just a word for living," said Anne Hathaway.

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